Trademark News & Screw-ups A first? UDRP complainant argues others' use of trademark is proof

The beauty of UDRP is that it allows for a very simplified resolution of a very narrow scope of domain name disputes. It has never been designed to address ALL possible situations where two parties are arguing over the proper ownership of a domain name. When the complainant fails to establish that the dispute falls under UDRP, the complainant loses. Even if the complainant comes up with novel excuses for why the complainant should be excused for failing to paint the dispute within the scope of UDRP.

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